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For the Love of Beau

by Margaret St. George

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The surest way to get Holly Gibson to do something was to forbid it

Dr. Holly Gibson had a professional dream, and a stubborn aversion to taking orders from men.

Beau Delacroix, too, had a dream: he'd spend every waking hour pursuing his goal to have a Delacroix horse win the Kentucky Derby. And until then, he had no intention of pursuing a serious romantic relationship. And yet, from the moment the two met, Holly and Beau sensed a connection to each other the like of which they'd never before experienced.

Holly could support Beau's ambitions, but Beau was profoundly opposed to hers. Mysterious threats to his horses aside, the spark they felt was in danger of bursting into uncontrollable flame.
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